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2004-06-XX - Glastonbury - Glastonbury Festival

2005-06-XX - UK-England-Glastonbury - Glastonbury Festival

 

I saw him at Glastonbury in 2005 and 2004 and he's been there many times before

On G Stage in 05 and in the Glade in 04, can't remember exact dates but the festival is in June

 

Right, should be:

2003-06-29 - Glastonbury Festival, The Glade

2004-06-26 - Glastonbury Festival, The Glade

2005-06-25 - Glastonbury Festival, G-Stage

 

I don't know about any dates he played there before then as I only started going in 2003....

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Nov 05 Tour

 

10 Birmingham, Capsule presents @ BarFly

 

did anyone go to this gig?

what i remember twas fookin grand, i was stupidly drunk which i regret.

i remember tom playing come on my selecter on the encore i think, anstromm feck 4 was in there

people that went, what other stuff did he play?

cheers

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Was Breezeblock 1996 Really on 1996?

 

 

I was wondering the same thing, since I can't seem to be able to find tracklistings for anything breezeblock, before 1997, as it apparently started in 1997.....

 

I'm really curious as to what the track is that starts at about 33:35, with the "everybody loves the sunshine" sample, I think the track is mega dope :ok:

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i alrady posted this in the 9-28-2006 thread but thought it should go here too...

squarepusher breezeblock 9-28-2006

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1996-XX-XX - BBC Radio 1-Breezeblock - audio: mp3

he never done a breeze block in 1996 - thats and old napster tag(so i was told) ,breezeblock didnt start till 1997

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1996-XX-XX - BBC Radio 1-Breezeblock - audio: mp3

he never done a breeze block in 1996 - thats and old napster tag(so i was told) ,breezeblock didnt start till 1997

 

Thanks a lot to inform me.

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1996-XX-XX - BBC Radio 1-Breezeblock - audio: mp3

he never done a breeze block in 1996 - thats and old napster tag(so i was told) ,breezeblock didnt start till 1997

 

Thanks a lot to inform me.

 

M-A Hobbs told in the last breezeblock session that the first squarepusher's session was recorded in 2001 ("his last mix for this show was about five years ago") : so it makes sense ...

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Where's the 2004 Breezeblock?

 

its at the bottom listed under 'other broadcasts' 2004-03-16 - BBC Radio 1-Breezeblock (with previous DJ set)

 

since no 'performance' occurred i couldn't put it under live shows. tricky stuff i know, but it shall all be straightened out when i put it all in html

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Guest bitchesbrew

1996-XX-XX - BBC Radio 1-Breezeblock - audio: mp3

he never done a breeze block in 1996 - thats and old napster tag(so i was told) ,breezeblock didnt start till 1997

 

Thanks a lot to inform me.

 

M-A Hobbs told in the last breezeblock session that the first squarepusher's session was recorded in 2001 ("his last mix for this show was about five years ago") : so it makes sense ...

 

Yeah, I Heard it too!

But It Makes Me Wonder Again Because 2001 is Go Plastic Era!

Mary-Ann, Are You Sure?

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im currently recording his set from the Electric Proms on Radio 1 and its some mad acid shit, similar to the untitled tracks from the recent Breezeblock session.

I'd post it up here if i weren't HTML illiterate.

bollocks 10 minutes was all they gave him.

damn those shite indie bands

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